All Aboard Fall Foliage Trains: Vermont Leaf Peeping

Fall Foliage in Vermont is a staple of any autumnal vacation to the Green Mountain State. Fall Foliage Train Rides might be the best new, or not so new, way to enjoy the state’s best colors. Looking to ride the rails and enjoy the scenic views Vermont has to offer this fall? Learn more about the historic 1930s train cars that are open and welcoming passengers nearly a century later.

Green Mountain Railroad

green mountain railroad foliage train  The Champlain Valley Dinner Train is a three hour round trip excursion from Burlington to Charlotte. While the train runs through summer months, they expand their availability in the fall due to the popularity foliage adds to the experience. Running Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings from September 22-October 29, the Champlain Valley Dinner Train is an experience we highly recommend. 

Three-Course Meal in a 1930s Train Car

In addition to the scenic views and welcome ambiance of the train ride, passengers are served a three-course meal during their ride. The meal is prepared on the train itself in the kitchen car. Their rotating, seasonal menu featured several Vermont favorites. Dine in the newly refurbished 1930s dining cars while you glide through the mountains of Vermont. 

vintage train car dining in vermont

Fall Foliage Favorites

The Fall Foliage Train may be one of the best hidden gems when it comes to exploring Vermont this fall. From walking Smuggler’s Notch to your cozy cabin stay at Sterling Ridge Resort, we love guiding you to experience the best fall has to offer.

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